Tiverton's Amicable Church to learn about Haiti Mission


TIVERTON — Amicable Congregational Churchs's Haiti Mission, in conjunction with the RIC-UCC Haiti Task Force, will be highlighted during the 10 a.m. worship service on Sunday, Sept. 23.  Janet Igo, representing the Haiti Task Force, will share stories about the children in Haiti's schools during the children's message.  The sermon will focus on the Haiti Mission, and a pictorial display is set up in the upper hall.  Sponsorship forms and other information on becoming involved in this important mission project, will be available, and representatives from the Task Force will be in coffee hour to answer questions.

Following worship, church members will vote on the Parsonage Review Task Force's recommendation to sell the parsonage.  Absentee ballots are available, but must be returned by Sunday morning.  Please call the church office for more information at 624-4611.


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